If you are aged between 13 and 25 and have missed out on standard school or college education this project is for you! It's an opportunity for you to learn practical work skills, train for recognised qualifications as well as develop new interests.
- Abbots Langley
Are you aged 4-18? Are you interested in acting, playing games and learning new skills? Are you looking to make friends, build your confidence and, most importantly, to have fun? Then come along to the Young People's Drama Centre and try it out! We meet every Friday evening during term-time from 3.30pm at the Barn in Abbots Langley. Running for over 20 years, the Young People's Drama Centre was the only local drama centre used for Harry Potter extras at Leavesden Studios.
- Hemel Hempstead
- Disabled Access
The YC Hertfordshire Girls Allowed project at the Hemel Hempstead Young People's Centre is open to all young women aged 13-17 in the Hemel Hempstead and Dacorum area every Tuesday, 7-9pm.
- Disabled Access
Hertfordshire County Council ensures that children and young people have a say in the services they receive. Since 2016 the voice of young people has been at the very heart of these services. We're looking for young people to join this brilliant programme - could it be you? Open to young people in Hertfordshire aged 13-19, up to 21 for care leavers and 24 for those with additional needs.
Herts Inclusive Theatre is an award-winning charity working with disabled and non-disabled children, young people and adults. We offer weekly after-school workshops, holiday and weekend activities, day groups for adults and bespoke work for schools and local authorities. Our aim is to use drama, movement, music and theatre techniques to help build people's confidence, communication skills and to encourage and build social inclusion.